DeltaWing ready for Sebring

Panoz DeltaWing Racing are upbeat to return to the track for crucial preparation ahead of next month’s 64th Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring

DeltaWing ready for Sebring
#0 Panoz DeltaWing Racing DWC13: Katherine Legge, Andy Meyrick, Sean Rayhall, Andreas Wirth
#0 Panoz DeltaWing Racing DWC13: Katherine Legge, Andy Meyrick, Sean Rayhall, Andreas Wirth
#0 Panoz DeltaWing Racing DWC13: Katherine Legge, Andy Meyrick, Sean Rayhall, Andreas Wirth
#0 Panoz DeltaWing Racing DWC13: Katherine Legge, Andy Meyrick, Sean Rayhall, Andreas Wirth
#0 Panoz DeltaWing Racing DWC13: Katherine Legge, Andy Meyrick, Sean Rayhall, Andreas Wirth
#0 Panoz DeltaWing Racing DWC13: Katherine Legge, Andy Meyrick, Sean Rayhall, Andreas Wirth
#0 Panoz DeltaWing Racing DWC13: Katherine Legge, Andy Meyrick, Sean Rayhall, Andreas Wirth
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Braselton, Ga. – Panoz DeltaWing Racing has every intention of returning to the front-running form it showed at Daytona. Buoyed by the performance, the team has rebounded positively and the DeltaWing coupe will be on track at this week’s test at Sebring International Raceway to prepare for the enduring challenge it faces at the 64th Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring.
DeltaWing in P1 at the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona

Drivers Katherine Legge, Sean Rayhall and Andy Meyrick will share the test driving duties and are united in their determination to best prepare the car for a podium result at the upcoming Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring Fueled by Fresh from Florida. Race preparation will involve vital testing of the setup to ensure reliability and the coupe’s competitiveness continues. Legge, Rayhall and Meyrick will all return in March for the race.

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Katherine Legge: “Looking forward to seeing what improvements we can make at Sebring. The DeltaWing on the grid at the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytonateam has done an excellent job of moving forward throughout the project and I have no doubt we will make another positive improvement for the 12-hour race during testing this week.”

Andy Meyrick: “Sebring is my favorite race of the season. I’ve had some great memories at this track and I am determined that this year we will make another. I want to thank the team for their fantastic effort over the last few weeks. We are focusing on the Daytona positives and that we are in a much better position ahead of Sebring than we have ever been in the past.”

Sean Rayhall: “I’m really excited to get back on track with the team at the Sebring test. I would like to thank the team and Dr. Panoz for all the effort put in over the past few weeks. Everyone has been working really hard at the shop to make sure the car is back in perfect condition. I’m ready to get to work and see what we can learn to help us at the 12 Hours of Sebring.”

Tim Keene: “Looking forward to getting back on track and Sebring is a track where we need to improve. Hopefully we can carry the momentum from the positive segments we had in Daytona.”

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